Stump your community college art history teacher with an entire exhibition filled with works by unidentified artists. Mysteries from Europe: Works by Unidentified Artists opens Saturday, November 22 at the Phoenix Art Museum. Find out why such beautiful works go unattributed and enjoy the beauty “without the associated baggage that comes with artistic biographies.” Museum admission is $15, free on Wednesday nights and First Fridays, and the exhibition runs until April 19, 2015.
Sunday, November 23 at Phoenix MUFON, hear Don Schmitt’s presentation, The Road from Roswell Leads to Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Schmitt is an Area 51 and Roswell investigator, specifically leading multiple digs at the Roswell crash site. Attend Schmitt’s lecture from 2 – 5pm at the Arizona Historical Society, tickets are $15.
Avengers: Electric Rain is Korean webcomic by creator Yeong-Hoon Goh that follows the Avengers on an adventure to South Korea to fight buildings that come to life. No shit.
If you’ve never read manhwa, or Korean comics, get a taste of them here with motion lines and Korean myth alongside the comforting familiarity of the Avengers. You’ll also get to try the new online vertical strip format called a webtoon. It’s ideal for mobile consumption and seems to keep the story moving.
Finally you’ll meet the newest Avenger, White Fox, who is moving into Marvel continuity proper soon.
Read the translated version of Avengers: Electric Rain over at Pop Mythology. It just might scratch that manga or superhero itch, or both. Black Widow’s a bit much though.
TechPhx started as a two-day workshop for podcast buffs and has grown phenomenally over the past few years into an unconference for new media enthusiasts and professionals including bloggers, podcasters, writers, musicians, social media fans and content creators of every kind.
It’s held at the University of Advancing Technology (UAT) campus at 2625 W. Baseline Road in Tempe. It starts at 8:30 am and runs until 5 pm today, and from 10:30 until “when-ever-we-get-done” on Sunday. The schedule of speakers is posted online.
Tickets are $15, but you can save $5 by using the code ATTENDMYSESSION when you register online.
Joe’s Grotto is a north Phoenix club that loves the local metal scene. Tonight, November 14, they host some of the Valley’s finest indie metal acts: The Venomous Pinks, Tome, Nomada, Havens End and A Perfect Tool. There will be acoustic sets by Addict3d, Danger James McKenzie and Jenna & Jared.
Not only will you have the opportunity to get your headbang on, you’ll be able to help support Dara Couch, a local musician who was injured in a rollover car accident in late October. Proceeds from the show as well as raffles and silent auctions will go towards helping Dara recover.
Joe’s Grotto is at 32nd St. and Thunderbird in Phoenix. The 21 and over show starts at 8 pm and tickets are $5.